Professional Certification

Graduates of a Manitoba Bachelor of Education Program

It is important to read all the information provided.

Spring Graduates

Must submit the completed and signed application form and required documents to the Professional Certification Unit by the following dates:

University of Manitoba graduates - February 20
Université de Saint-Boniface graduates - February 20
University of Winnipeg graduates - March 6
Brandon University graduates - March 25
University College of the North graduates - March 25

Teaching certificates will not be issued until after June 30, provided all requested documents have been received.


Winter and Fall Graduates

Must submit the completed and signed application form and required documents to the Professional Certification and Student Records Unit one month prior to the convocation date.

Teaching certificates will be issued upon completion of the certification process.

IMPORTANT

Please read the following before completing the application form

Note: Criminal Record Checks must be accompanied by a Vulnerable Sector Screening (also known as a Record Suspension of (Pardoned) Sex Offender Records). A Manitoba Child Abuse Registry Check is also required. Criminal Record Checks with the Vulnerable Sector Screening are completed at your local Law Enforcement Agency. Information about the Manitoba Child Abuse Registry Check and the application form are available at: www.gov.mb.ca/fs/childfam/child_abuse_registry.html. Only original documents are acceptable and cannot be more than 3 months old. Residents of Winnipeg may submit checks completed using the Winnipeg Police Service On-line Criminal Records Check.

Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening Check are part of the application and will not be returned to the applicant.

Child Abuse Registry Check is part of the application and will not be returned to the applicant.

Note: All transcripts required for certification must be sent directly from the issuing institutions to the Professional Certification and Student Records Unit.

Note: The Teacher Certification Application Form for Manitoba Educated Teachers cannot be submitted online or by email. After completion of the Teacher Certification Application Form for Manitoba Educated Teachers, you must print the document, sign where indicated and mail with all other " Required Documents" to the Professional Certification and Student Records Unit.

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